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Uncertainty, Control, Stress

Uncertainty is a major stress factor for most people.  It goes hand in hand with lack of control, which often freaks people right out. We can face uncertainty in a strong and empowered way, or we can be irrational, inept … Continue reading

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Comfort, Discomfort, Both OK

Generally we choose comfort over discomfort, and that seems wonderfully reasonable, doesn’t it?  But just consider, whenever  you choose comfort you are pushing away about 99.9% of what is available.  Reality is vast, while your comfort area is tiny and … Continue reading

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No More Being Manipulated

No More Being Manipulated  How do you feel when you have a legitimate issue and the other person slides out of it?  Or puts you down, sometimes claiming that he is only joking? Do you feel that you have to be … Continue reading

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